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so much. >> thank you. >>> an important hearing begins monday in aur ro rah, colorado in the movie house massacre that left a dozen people dead and 70 more wounded. defendant james holmes is expected to be in the courtroom when for the first time prosecutor reveal much against him. that includes 911 calls and video from inside the theater. we turn to jean casarez from "in session" on trutv. good morning. thanks for being here. >> good morning. >> why have they decided to go ahead with it? >> it's interesting. it's good for the defense in a sense because this is like a mini trial and the prosecution puts witnesses on the stand and extremely important for the public also because there's a gag order in this case and we're apt to hear things in evidence that we have not heard before. but for the defense it can be called a discovery tool. they can sit there and listen and watch. they can find out things test the credibility of witnesses, see how witnesses perform on the stand. so it's sort of like a mini dress rehearsal for trial. >> they get to see t
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of the house foreign affairs committee, ileana ros-lehtinen joins us to talk about what to expect from the talks. thanks for joining us. good to see you. >> thanks for the invitation. >> what do you expect to come from the talks? >> i hope not only talk about how many forces will stay in country but some of the ongoing systemic problems in afghanistan. primarily number one corruption. that has been an ongoing problem with the karzai government from day one and also the iranian influence. karzai could be seen now as a conduit in afghanistan as a financial center for are iran to use afghanistan in order to circumvent financial international sanctions and karzai's attemp attempt to cozo the taliban and his attempt at reconciliation could liberate extremist militants that could pose a dangerous threat to u.s. forces there and our nato allies. so there are many unanswered questions that i hope go far beyond how many troops are there. right now we have about 65,000. will we go to 10, 20? how long will be stay there? what will be the mission and mostly what we need to make sure is that what a
complicity whatsoever. >> ros not only thatob gateand everybody that i have talked to, former secretary of defense and i asked a number of high level americans say i know of no evidence of complicity at the highest level. but they suspect there may be some complicity at the lower levels, in the middle levels. >> there has to be people on the ground who were supporting his presence. >> rose: exactly. >> right. >> rose: he could not have done that. >> were those people in any way connected at the lower level also then any entities is are what needed to be found and that is the job the commission was given. >> rose: when that raid came, and that invasion of pakistani sovereignty. >> yes. >> rose: there was an immediate, and you can characterize it, response which was -- >> which was-- . >> rose: what was the response. i mean everybody in pakistan, all the leadership in pakistan, you know, principle culted-- insulted, embarrassed, what else, angry. >> uh-huh, you see, and why not, okay. this is a country which has been a partner against international terrorism for the last ten years. this i
, parole officers, d.e.a. agents, fbi, secret service, ro rockland county have a large number of law enforcement in rockland county and home owners, store owners. >> greta: have you spoken to anyone at the newspaper? >> they did call me to ask me to explain to them exactly what was transpiring with our corrections officers, as they indicated you can't just pick out somebody's name and find them. that's not the way it's working, they are he going to the phone and calling home, gang members, friends, identifying the names and going through the maps on their own and searching out where the officers might live. and top of that, we have almost 8,000 active and retired new york city police officers that live in rockland county, all-- >> did you get-- i'm sorry, go ahead, sir. >> all of these people have done law abiding things and all of them have enforced the laws of the state of new york and upheld the constitution and now they or their families are at risk. >> do you have a sense they called they genuinely want to find out what's wrong or they're looking for another story and trying to
the more ro best the u.s. presence in afghanistan in 2014, the less the military risk. jenna: and what's the benefit of that? when we're looking at this ask year and the threats that are being posed to the united states from all over the world, where does this stack up in the priority? and how do we strategize appropriately? >> well, in terms of of boots on the ground, jenna, it's number one. remember, this is where the war on terror started. the taliban is still an active force, they still have enclaves in waziristan and pakistan. right next door is iran who doesn't seek to do us any favors. so if there's any one place where the united states can get the maximum effect from the minimum footprint in today's environment, it's afghanistan. jenna: it's interesting to read articles like this. it's great talking to you, general, because you have the experience as a combat leader, but you also have the experience to of talking to historical scholars, and those are the voices that are loudest here now when the voice of our combat p troops is not quite as loud. can you just talk to us about th
with an authorization i think would be a great step forward. >> thank you. thank you, madam secretary,. >> ms. ros-lehtinen from new york. >> -- from florida. they retire. >> maddest secretary, -- >> there are a lot of new yorkers down the already i think. >> but you can only vote once. thank you for the positive working relationship that we have had during her tenure at the state department. i request that they get written responses for the questions that i'm going to ask. first, why were you not interviewed for the review board by the review board investigators? how can this review be considered a thorough from the person at the top, the secretary of state was not part of the investigation. that's what was said in our open hearing when it was confirmed that you were never questioned for this report, and i think that's outrageous. also the state department was clearly allowing from -- department officials were being held accountable for what went wrong in benghazi, for ignoring the threat, and was received as fact. look at these headlines. "the new york times," for our out at state department aft
enjoying when the concordia hit. >> i had taken my grandmother's ros aary to be blessed in rome. it was stuffed in my backpack. it's still on the ship. that's one thing i want back. >> reporter: some survivors were told they might be able to get their items back, at least what was left in their safe, but not until the ship is ready to be towed out of here. sunday the ceremony will include a moment of silence, mass, and crews will take the boulder that the ship struck, put it back in the sea where it originally was. matt? >> all right. michelle kosinski in italy for us. michelle, thank you very much. >>> up next, what the duchess of cambridge is saying about her first official portrait after this morning's unveiling. that's right after this. hi, i'm phil mickelson. i've been fortunate to win on golf's biggest stages. but when joint pain and stiffness from psoriatic arthritis hit, even the smallest things became difficult. i finally understood what serious joint pain is like. i talked to my rheumatologist and he prescribed enbrel. enbrel can help relieve pain, stiffness, and stop
house. thank you, wendell. jon: earlier congresswoman ileana ros-lehtinen of florida shared some of her lingering concerns about the terrorist attack in benghazi. she will get a chance to question secretary clinton later today when she appears before the house foreign affairs committee. for now the florida congresswoman says she was not satisfied with the secretary clinton's testimony before the senate. >> the american people deserve answers and we still are no closer to the truth. what happened in that pro-longed terrorist attack? we're talking about over seven hours of a firefight where if she knew exactly what was going on, where was the order to go help them? even send a flight overhe had so that the terrorists could see there is a u.s. response? there was no response. who decided to not respond at all? jon: fair and balanced talk to maryland senator ben cardin, a democrat on the foreign relations committee. he had a chance to question secretary clinton this morning. senator cardin, you're overall assessment of her testimony? have your questions is been answered? >> i think secretar
on. >> it absolutely pulls at your emotional heart strings. the child known as baby ve ronnic ro ronnica was adopted under unusual circumstances. it's a pregnancy of an unmatter couple. the mother wanted to put the child up for adoption and she did. the father signed a waiver giving up parental rights. he didn't know what he was signing and the other side said he did not acknowledge the child was his until after she was adopted. he said he wasn't made aware of the adoption until he was deployed to iraq. what has driven this case all the way to the supreme court is that the father is native american, cherokee to be exact. there was a federal law called the indian child welfare act that applies to the case that said in disputes over native american children, preference should be given to family members, members of the tribe. in this case the family went to court to demand the child back. the cherokee nation is backing the father 100%. listen. >> it's not anyone's intent to rip a child away from a loving home, but we want to make sure the loving homes have the opportunity to be indi
. representative ros-lehtinen is the former chairman of this house foreign relations committee and she asked about the accountability review board and why secretary of state clinton wasn't questioned by the board. here's the secretary's response. >> congressman, we'll answer all of your questions. let me just comment on two of them, even though my time has run out. first, i was not asked to speak with the accountability review board during their investigation. the specific issues they were looking at regarding the attack on benghazi were handled by security professionals in the department and that's where they are focused. obviously, if they had thought i was relevant or had information that would have helped the investigation, i would have gladly discussed that with them at their request. secondly, on the personnel, this is another area where i need your help. first, all four individuals have been removed from their jobs. secondly, they have been placed on administrative leave. ambassador pickering and admiral mullen indicated why this is complicated. under federal statutes, unsatisfactory leader
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